Plug It In, Plug It In
Subject:   deployment candidate fix but didn't work
Date:   2002-10-22 10:25:54
From:   psheldon
Response to: Plug-ins don't load if not running from ProjectBuilder

I went reading PB Help and found I could make a deployment as opposed to a development build style only from the command line interface.

There was some entendre about superuser stuff with mention of root, so I did sudo pbxbuild install to gain a successful build where, when I hadn't, I got permissions denied and failed build.

But, the deployment didn't go where I had put it in projectbuilder, so I couldn't click on it to see whether it would see the plugins.

The apps used to work from a click in the build folder, so I think this working hypothesis that deployment was all that important for our level was overly optimistic and that hacking away at how to deploy just might be sour grapes anyway.

I am siezing on another hopeful working hypothesis in my lateral thinking, that the solution to your problem might also solve my problem of actually making plugins plural.

When I simply drag files with .plugin into Application Support plugins aren't seen as having a principle class, somehow, unless I am running from the project that generated them. I checked this with my version of plugin app and Mikes.

So, this is just an idea, a step along the way, not the answer. I try to remember that victory only comes to the frustrated.


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  1. deployment candidate fix but didn't work
    2003-05-29 09:19:01  anonymous2 [View]

  2. Plug-ins don't load if not running from ProjectBuilder
    2002-12-27 05:14:16  anonymous2 [View]

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